degraded

[ dih-grey-did ]SEE DEFINITION OF degraded

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DEGRADED

Some of these had indeed been tamed, but more had been degraded.

He need no longer fear that Alice would be degraded in the eyes of Evelyn.

She had called him hers while another woman held his vows, and she was degraded.

Mites are not true insects, but are the most degraded of spiders.

Besides, it was borrowed from the syllabus of a degraded superstition.

You must believe what I speak; even what I speak, the most degraded of men.

The most solemn of all realities have been degraded into the passwords of technical theology.

I had my dreams, even when I was a degraded outcast in the Legion.

Yes, my husband who has defiled me as no other on earth could have soiled and degraded me!

The great mass of the common Indians were low and degraded men.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR DEGRADED

decadent

adjectivecorrupt, self-indulgent
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